The Lime Kilns

The Lime Kilns (HM2LN4)

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N 40° 38.203', W 74° 54.802'

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was shoveled from a platform above into the jaws of the crusher. The pulverized stone was collected in a bin then taken by an inclined bucket elevator to the top of the screen house. Inside the screen house the crushed stone tumbled through a cylindrical metal trommel screen with graduated holes permitting the stone to be separated by size. Different grades of stone were collected in bins below.
- One of the products produced at the Mulligan Quarry was crushed stone for road construction. This 1911 picture shows a crew doing road work in the Clinton area.
- Michael Mulligan proudly stands along with his teamsters and their wagons in front of his bank of kilns.
HM NumberHM2LN4
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Date Added Tuesday, October 8th, 2019 at 5:02pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 507325 N 4498434
Decimal Degrees40.63671667, -74.91336667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 40° 38.203', W 74° 54.802'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds40° 38' 12.18" N, 74° 54' 48.12" W
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